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Old 10-29-2009, 05:19 PM   #1
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JDM Type R B18C Power Steering Pump

where would i find a power steering pump for my civic that has a jdm type r B18c motor swap

will a integra gsr one fit. as well i was told that a 2000 civic sir coupe's B16a i think will fit.

is this true.

your quick help would be appreciated.
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what yr is ur car?
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mine is a 2000 honda civic si coupe

It has a jdm B18c motor swap
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http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=1822781

Apparently your only bet is a SIR one or a CRV one according to the link above.
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found a B16 power steering pump with bracket to fit my B18c

Now what power steering pressure hose do i use.

Do i use the hose from 1999-2000 civic sir or do i use it from a gsr/type R

or are they the same where it connects? i am referring to from pump to rack

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I guess my link wasn't good enough for you.

B16 (SIR) pumps have the same fitting as your OBD2 Civic D seriest line.

Integra pumps use the same fittings as other Integras (OBD1 or OBD2) and OBD1 pumps.

So since you have a 99 Civic SI, use the original line from pump to rack. The fitting should be the same.
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there is a difference between obd1 and obd2 integra power steering lines. he will have to use P72 obd2 integra or 99-00 SiR
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the original d series power steering pump and lines are still in the car just latched on with strap. I picked up a power steering pump from 00 civic sir b16a2.

Just reading at the link, i think the old power steering line rack to pump from my 00 civic si coupe which was a D16 obd2 hopefully will still fit the SIR p/s pump.

can someone clarify as i don't want to take it in and have to wait to get another hose if it doesnt fit.
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obd2 PS pump/ OBD2 PS line = you will be fine
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